Gabriel Chalfin-Piney is an artist and organizer passionate about creating manageable and mutually beneficial artist programs and systems. They have thirteen years of experience working with community arts organizations and museums, interfacing with the public, and supporting artists in a career-changing capacity.
Previously they held the position of Manager of Programs at the Lunder Institute for American Art, Colby Museum. While in Waterville, Maine, they built the programming, cohort, and infrastructure for the first year of the Lunder Institute’s residential fellowship program. Additionally they produced professional development workshops, performances, artists talks, and a visiting artists program.
Gabriel holds an MA in Arts Administration and Policy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. They are the founder of Care-Full Histories, an Oral History Archiving, Food + Performance Residency. You can follow their artistic practices at @citrus.history